|Statement||Introd. by Alex W. Rathe.|
|LC Classifications||HD31 .S44 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 296 p.|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||66002002|
Excerpt from The Philosophy of Management U) Need to survey the mentalities of Labour and Capital men tality of Labour cannot be judged either from the individual worker or from the Labour publicist. Distinction between ferment and the mass. The character of the revolutionary spirit; the effect of increased by: Despite an increasing number of scattered philosophy-based discussions of research methodology, there has not been a book that provides a systematic and more comprehensive treatment of the subject. This book addresses this gap in the market and provides new ideas and arguments for guiding management by: 3. The Philosophy of Management Volume 2 of Early sociology of management and organizations, Kenneth Thompson, ISBN , Volume 2 of Foundations of modern management: Organization behaviour, /5(1). Written for business and management students with no previous knowledge of philosophy, this text will lead readers to question the basic assumptions widely made about business and management. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Management is packed with case studies and examples which provoke thought and discussion.
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